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Crowd of "sardines" in Modena

2019-11-19T04:25:38.714Z

In Modena 7 thousand people to flash-mob against populisms. Simultaneously Salvini met 400 supporters at dinner



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19 November 2019Bis of the 'sardines' in Piazza Grande in Modena where thousands of people, in conjunction with the visit of Lega leader Matteo Salvini to the city, gathered with umbrellas despite the pouring rain to bring a peaceful form of protest, which it was staged under the windows of the town hall and in front of the famous Torre della Ghirlandina, Unesco heritage and symbol of the city. At the song of "Bella Ciao", what was seen last Thursday in Bologna was repeated, where Piazza Maggiore was crowded with people in conjunction with the mega event at the Paladozza in which the League leader Matteo Salvini officially started the campaign for the regional elections of the Northern League candidate, Lucia Bergonzoni. "They don't know how to do these things. They are looking at us all over Italy and Europe." Thus the promoters of the flash mob of antipopulist sardines in Modena animate the public. An estimated 7,000 people are expected. "Once we used to make war, Salvini joined us. Thank God someone woke up," the animators insist, as Bella Ciao continues to sing. While in the city center Piazza Grande was filled with the "sardine" initiative, in the evening Salvini met with supporters of the League for a dinner in the suburbs of Modena. "I'm happy if the left shows signs of life, then it will be even more beautiful, the league secretary commented, I'm just sorry they are in tow: they go to the streets following Salvini. I saw that they will be in Florence on November 30 ..." .

Source: rainews

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